The College of Education and Human Services is launching a badging program this year! Get on board and see what we’ve got going on! CEHS will have a number of opportunities to help build your resume and compete for recognition within the Educational Studies Department. Earn badges for your participation in events and workshops that will contribute to your development as an educator and ensure you are on your way to meeting professional standards in the education field. Students will also have the opportunity to earn badges for completing activities and meeting the CEHS standards for professional dispositions. Watch your email for eligible events, activities and milestones.
Here's how it works:
Either scan the QR code with your smartphone, sign in at an identified badging event or click the appropriate link and your badge will be on its way!
Once you've earned a badge, you can display it in your email signature, resume, LinkedIn or wherever else you'd like. Once you make your badges viewable on the Leader Board, you might just see your name in light somewhere within CEHS as well! You can also earn a badge certificate for attending multiple sessions in a series.
CEHS at Seton Hall offers programs in teacher education, school leadership, other school personnel, counseling, and family therapy. Our common mission, across all undergraduate and graduate programs, is the development of competent, socially conscious, reflective professionals. The Educational Studies Department within CEHS focuses primarily on initial teaching licensure programs. Like the university, we prepare servant leaders dedicated to the learning, development, and well-being of individuals and the community.
The CEHS Badging Program enables teaching candidates to guide their own development through workshops, events, and activities that have been identified by CEHS faculty, administration, and students as valuable to either include on a resume or meet professional standards within the field of education.
This part of Seton Hall's Badges program is designed to be compatible with Mozilla's Open Badges Initiative.
The Open Badges Initiative is based on the idea that learning today happens everywhere, not just in the classroom, but it's often difficult to get recognition for skills and achievements that happen outside of school. Mozilla's Open Badges project is working to solve that problem, making it easy for anyone to issue, earn and display badges across the web -- through a shared infrastructure that's free and open to all. The result: helping learners everywhere display 21st century skills, unlock career and educational opportunities, and level up in their life and work. Learn more here.